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Bulgari fragrance designer Alberto Morillas didn’t overlook a single detail when he created this clean scent, which was inspired by the luminescence of crystal. A blend of exotic fruity and woodsy notes, including pear and bamboo, it’s been a bestseller in Asia since its 2005 debut—and now it’s generating plenty of buzz in the Western hemisphere too. The unique circular bottle opens to reveal two interlocking rings. It’ll be the star of your vanity.
I am highly allergic to fragrance products and wish there were an opt out. The scent is so strong that even opening the box makes me sick and headachy. In the trash outside already.1
Just not a scent for me personally. I prefer fresh cleaner scents and this was just too floral for me. I really enjoy testing out the different fragrances though.1
BVLGARI is a great brand, but this particular scent is just not for me.1
The BVLGARI Omnia Crystalline fragrance was ok but not a type that I normally wear. I prefer amber type fragrance or florals like vintage Adolfo.2
The smell is sweet and elegant, but I just not into it.2
I really like Creed's Spring Flower, Issey Miyake, Chloe and Oscar de la Renta. This scent really did not appeal to me...not even for my linen drawers.2
I am a 19 year old girl and I am always excited to get whatever perfume samples I can get my hands on, but this was something I sprayed and then immediately gave it to my mom to try. She liked it, and if you're familiar with the fragrances Curve (blue bottle) or Tommy Girl, they're all 3 in a similar family.2
Was more excited in the way it sounded like it smelled than it actually smelled.2
It's not a scent that I like for myself, but I would recommend it to someone who is looking for this type of perfume2
It has a nice smell, but reminds me of what my grandmother would wear. It is very strong too. I'm just not big on perfumes.2